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mod

(mɑd)
mod. contemporary and fashionable in clothing and ideas. Your clothes are mod, but you’re just a plain, old-fashioned prude.

mod poser

(ˈmɑd ˈpozɚ)
n. someone who looks mod in dress only. (Collegiate.) Tiffany is such a mod poser. At home it’s jeans and a T-shirt.
See also: mod, poser
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Once in effect, the mod enables strange romantic relationships such as incest including teens, multiple marriages even with teens and affairs on different age groups - teens and adults.
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For more information on the GEMS project contact Stuart Laws, Transformation - Behaviours & Business Improvement - Ideas Management , MoD Main Building, Whitehall, London, SW1A 2HB.
NCCI or your state rating agency sends a copy of your workers' compensation mod that lists your claims and their incurred costs to every employer that has a mod.
The Holmfirth Festival mod night will feature Joe's Allison who appeared at last year's Marsden Jazz festival.
The sheer number of canceled trial HAMP mods illustrates the difficulty facing servicers trying to resolve these severely delinquent loans where borrowers are either ineligible for permanent HAMP mods, have insufficient documentation or have defaulted on their trial mods.
This is because the MoD decides on such requests after obtaining the army's comments.
The weekend is the brainchild of music promoter Val Weedon, who worked for Mod band The Small Faces and their manager Don Arden - Sharon Osbourne's father - back in 1966.
She was contacted by Mod fans and Liverpool Scooter Club desperate for a revival of the Mod heyday.
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However, from a bureaucratic perspective, the Defense League is a private organization, which complicates MoD and Headquarters Estonian Defense Force management and control.